This post is a part of our posts entitled “Who is the True Guru in Sikhi?” and, “Gur Charan Kamal, Gur Charan Dhoorh and Gur Moorat”. ‘Sikh‘ literally means a… Continue reading Sikhi of the Pujaaree-Vaad
The word Pardhan (pronounced as Pardhaan-ਪਰਧਾਨ) has a general meaning as understood by most of the people (i.e., a chief, a distinguished person, a leader, Aagoo-ਆਗੂ, ਮੁਖੀ, ਜਥੇਦਾਰ, ਚਉਧਰੀ, etc.),… Continue reading Gurbani Defines the Pardhaan
The Gurbani compares this material world (Jagat, Sansaar) with a Jungle! Furthermore, the Gurbani tells us this world-jungle is burning! Consequently, there is chaos and confusion in the lives of… Continue reading The World Is Consumed By Hidden Fire
The Gurbani calls ‘Haumai’ (also ego in English) a chronic disease. The faults of this ‘Haumai’ are Bikaar such as lust, anger, greed, attachment and pride (including their countless variations),… Continue reading Gurbani Says Burn Mind’s Bikaar In Fire!
The Gurbani tells us that a person without Virtues (ਗੁਣ) is as useless as a cow without milk; a bird without wings; vegetation or crop without water; an emperor without… Continue reading Sharing In Virtues